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UK Consumers Lost $33.29M to Bitcoin Scams: FCA

Consumers in the United Kingdom lost at least £27 million (~$33.29 million) to scams involving cryptocurrencies like bitcoin, reveals the country’s watchdog. The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) said the amount of crypto- and foreign-exchange…
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Still Early For Bitcoin: Most UK Consumers Can’t Define Cryptocurrency

A pair of surveys has found that over two thirds of British consumers do not even know what cryptocurrency is. Meanwhile, less than 2 percent have ever bought crypto for more than £200. Unsurprisingly, as one of the centres of global finance,…
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Coinbase UK CEO Interview: Huge Interest From Institutional Investors Toward Crypto

Coinbase UK CEO Zeeshan Feroz is working to achieve a crypto revolution amidst hesitant bankers in a city torn over Brexit. During London Teck Week, he made a speech on blockchain’s potential to connect the unbanked and rebuild the entire…